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Urtiin duu Long song
Urtiin duu Long song The Urtiin Duu is the most refined form of Mongolian folk song, possessing an extremely rich rhythm, and capturing the free ranging spirit of the nomadic Mongols with its wide and meandering melody, expansive range, and abundance of ornamentation. The singing of the urtiin duu requires of the singer considerable artistic feeling and skill. The Urtiin Duu is a main part of the Mongolian traditional music. This genre is not called Long song because the songs are long (even if some of them are), but because each syllable of text is extended for a long duration. A four-minute song may only consist of ten words. Lyrical themes vary depending on context; they can be philosophical, religious, romantic, or celebratory, and o...
 
Saudi Arabia: Things to Know
Saudi Arabia: Things to Know Saudi Arabia is a beautiful land replete with ancient deserts, Mediterranean coast lines, flavorsome cuisine and archaeological wonders. However, before your visit, there are some Things to Know in Saudi Arabia, that'll help you enjoy your trip in the country to the maximum. Here's some Useful Information in Saudi Arabia in Asia, for your convenience: Saudi Arabia strictly follows the tenets of the Islamic faith, so alcohol is prohibited throughout the country. Some refreshing alternatives you could enjoy in the hotel bars include fruit drinks, non-alcoholic beverages etc. Also, remember that while pork is strictly forbidden, use of lamb and chicken is liberal in Saudi food. According to the law, visitors are not ...
 
Culture of Bahrain
Culture of Bahrain Culture of Bahrain is mixture of many castes and religious believes. It has many sects jostling together, arts and music defining the nature of the people of Bahrain. Culture of Bahrain has been influenced on and often by the political unrest that has taken place. The Culture of Bahrain upholds the tradition of the inhabitants and at the same time presents us a modern picture of Bahrain. Predominantly a Muslim country, Culture of Bahrain is tolerant towards many other castes and sects. The people freely practice Christianity and also other Asian religion. The demography of Bahrain shows that besides the natives, there are also Palestinians, Omanis and Saudis. There are also people hailing from other foreign countr...
 
Restaurants and Bars in Nauru
Restaurants and Bars in Nauru Dining is an integral part of your Nauru tours. There are a number of restaurants and bars in Nauru. The best restaurants and bars in Nauru are found in the Menen Hotel. Here, you will find two restaurants which offer a variety of cuisines. These restaurants also provide regular barbecues. Dining in Nauru is a great experience. During your Nauru tours, enjoy all kinds of delicious and healthy dishes. Since, Nauru is an island nation, sea food is very popular in its restaurants. Most of the restaurants of Nauru offer delicious seafood dishes. Fishes are easily available in this country. As a result, a variety of sea food preparations can be explored in the restaurants and bars in Nauru. If you go to the restaur...
 
U.S. delays lifting Libya travel ban after premier's remarks
U.S. delays lifting Libya travel ban after premier's remarks The United States put off lifting a ban on travel to Libya after Prime Minister Shokri Ghanem reportedly said Tripoli is going to compensate for the 1988 bombing of a U.S. passenger jet ''to buy peace'' with other countries. The U.S. bitterly criticized Ghanem for making the remarks that contradict Libya's earlier admission of wrongdoing in the case. State Department spokesman Richard Boucher said, ''We would expect a retraction from the Libyan government.'' ''It's the responsibility of the Libyan government to retract the statements that contradict what they have officially and authoritatively told the United Nations in writing, and on which basis the United Nations Security Council acted,'' Boucher told report...
 
Kurash A Type of Wrestling in Uzbekistan
Kurash A Type of Wrestling in Uzbekistan Kurash is a form of upright jacket wrestling native to Uzbekistan, practiced since ancient times. It is a Turkic wrestling art, related to the Turkish yagli gures and the Tatar Kores. It is an event in the Asian Games. Rules Competitors, one wearing a green jacket and the other a blue jacket, try to throw each other to the ground. If thrown to the back, victory is declared. If thrown onto the side, points are awarded. If thrown to the belly, buttocks or weakly onto the side, a lesser point is given. The action is stopped by the referee and restarted in the standing position in bounds if either of the contestants goes down to one knee or out of bounds. Competitors are not allowed to grab the opponent's pants, but are...
 
Macanese Cuisine Is Unique to Macau
Macanese Cuisine Is Unique to Macau Macanese cuisine is unique to Macau, China and which consists of a blend of southern Chinese and Portuguese cuisines, with significant influences from Southeast Asia and the Lusophone world. Many unique dishes resulted from the spice blends that the wives of Portuguese sailors used in an attempt to replicate European dishes. Its ingredients and seasonings include those from Europe, Latin America, Africa, India, and Southeast Asia, as well as local Chinese ingredients. Common cooking techniques include baking, grilling and roasting. The former, seldom seen in other styles of Chinese cooking, speaks to the eclectic nature of Macanese cooking. It is renowned for its flavour-blending culture, and modern Macanese cuisine ...
 
Food of Pakistan
Food of Pakistan At its simplest, Pakistani cooking today consists of staple foods which are cheap and abundant. Wheat and other flour products are the mainstay of the diet, one familiar form being CHAPATI, an unleavened bread akin to a Mexican tortilla. This is made with dough prepared from whole wheat flour. Another basic food is LASSI, milk from which curds and butterfat have been removed. Vegetables, usually seasonal, lentils are commonly used. Families with larger incomes eat more meat, eggs and fruits. And the more affluent cook with GHEE, which is clarified butter, instead of with vegetable oil. From the earliest times, the imaginative - and sometimes heavy - use of spices, herbs, seeds, and flavorings and seasonings ha...
 
When to Go China
When to Go China Spring (March-April) and autumn (September-October) are the best times to visit China, though the higher altitude areas of Tibet, Qinghai and Western Sichuan are best visited in high summer (June-September). Daytime temperatures range from 20°C to 30°C (68°F-86°F) in these seasons - but bear in mind that nights can still be bitterly cold and it can sometimes be wet and miserable. Major public holidays, in particular Chinese New Year, are best avoided as it's difficult to get around and/or find accommodation.
 
Morin khuur
Morin khuur The Morin khuur is a chordophone of Mongolian origin whose name translates as horse-head fiddle. It is played with a bow and produces a sound which is poetically described as expansive and unrestrained, like a wild horse neighing, or like a breeze in the grasslands. It is the most important musical instrument of the Mongolian people, and the Mongolian nation. The instrument consists of a wooden-framed sound box to which two strings are attached. It is held nearly upright with the sound box in the musician's lap or between the musician's legs. The strings are made from hairs from horses' tails, strung parallel, and run over a wooden bridge on the body up a long neck to the two tuning pegs in the scroll, which is alway...